Archive for February 2012
A new Manitoba bylaw has outlawed the practice of cropping dog ears for cosmetic enhancement, and any veterinarians who violate the ban will face charges under the province’s Animal Care Act. Read more
A South Carolina woman has been arrested and charged with animal cruelty for disposing of a live, healthy dog in a trash can.
The Humane Society of the United States’ Animal Rescue Team and other area organizations were called in by Stokes County Animal Control to assist in the rescue of more than 150 dogs from a Danbury, N.C., property.
Recommended by veterinarians, Nylabone manufactures chews in many styles and sizes, so there is one for every dog. Nylabone’s products promote good canine dental hygiene, enhance overall mental fitness, encourage positive behavior, and allow for safe, pleasant travel and shelter.
People and their dogs are setting out to make a difference in the world. Since we’re stationary for the next several weeks, we thought you might want to get your vicarious pet travel needs met with these ambitious folks! Read more
You know the best now meet the worst. Breaking Glass Pictures’ latest documentary brings out the dog lover in us all as we follow the stars of the film, and their owners, as they compete for the coveted title of “Worst in Show.” Read more
Doctors and staff at a Corpus Christi, Texas hospital were shocked when two emaciated puppies walked into the lobby and waited to be seen. Read more
Depending on the source quoted, it is said that somewhere between 200 and 400 people attended the town meeting in Gorham, NY last night. Read more
A police officer who was fired after being filmed repeatedly kicking his State Highway Patrol dog in September of 2007 is likely being reinstated – with full back pay. Read more
A two-year-old pit bull named Moo Moo is being hailed a hero for waking her family when their Chicago home went up in flames. Read more